Jacqueline Martinez Garcel is a leader in philanthropy and expert in public health and policy. Last fall she was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Latino Community Foundation.
More than 8 percent of children with cancer have unsuspected genetic mutations that could run in their families, researchers reported on Wednesday.
Latinos across the country are entering college in record numbers. Your first days in college will certainly produce anxiety, excitement, and lots of questions. Below are some thoughts and practical advice for freshman students from Latino/as who have "been there, done that" when it comes to education.
A large new study confirms that exercise lowers the risk of many different types of cancer, and it goes a step further: It shows just how much the reduction in risk is.
Awareness in the United States about the potential hazards of the mosquito-borne Zika virus is sorely lacking, said health professionals who attended the 20th-annual National Hispanic Medical Association conference in Washington, D.C.